Democracy Now! Wednesday, April 2, 2003
"Until This Administration It Had Been Possible to Believe That By Upholding the Policies of My President I Was Also Upholding the Interests of the American People and the World. I Believe It No Longe
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Civilian Casualties Mount in Iraq: We Talk with Iraq Peace Team Member Cliff Kindy Who Just Left Baghdad
US forces have begun a major attack against Iraqi Republican Guard divisions surrounding the Iraqi capital.
State of Texas to Overturn 39 Drug Convictions in Tulia: In 1999 One White Detective Arrested 15 Percent of the Town's African-American Population in Drug Sweep
Remember the story of Tulia Texas where in 1999, more than 15 percent of the town’s African-American population was rounded up in a massive drug sweep. In all, 46 people were arrested, 39 of them African-American. They were jailed on cocaine and crack charges.
"Target Iraq: What the News Media Didn't Tell You": A Discussion with Media Critic Norman Solomon
“Two months ago, when I wandered through a large market near the center of Baghdad, the day seemed like any other and no other. A vibrant pulse of humanity throbbed in the shops and on the streets. Meanwhile, a fuse was burning; lit in Washington, it would explode here.”
Yesterday the Supreme Court Heard Opening Arguments in Two Landmark Cases That May Decide the Future of Affirmative Action: We'll Have Our Own Debate Today
With thousands of protesters outside, the Supreme Court began hearing arguments on two landmark cases that will likely decide the future of affirmative action.
An Embedded Reporter Comes Home After a Stint in Iraq
It’s a new term that has now become a household phrase in America–“embedded journalists”–reporters who are traveling with US forces as they move through Iraq.